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Attala Memory Gardens

406 East Adams Street
Kosciusko, MS 39090
(662) 289-4111
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GOSS Willie Wrecker Service

806 North Jackson Street
Kosciusko, MS 39090
(662) 289-2031
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Jordan Funeral Home

855 Highway 12 East
Kosciusko, MS 39090
(662) 289-5521
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Nowell General Mutual Insurance Agency

400 East Adams Street
Kosciusko, MS 39090
(662) 289-4113
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Southern Security Life Insurance

400 East Adams Street
Kosciusko, MS 39090
(662) 289-4113
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Winters Funeral Home

325 Fenwick Street
Kosciusko, MS 39090
(662) 289-5251
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Kosciusko MS Obituaries and Death Notices

Dill, James Francis Sr. (Dayton) - The Chattanoogan

Monday, November 21, 2016

Dayton First United Methodist Church.He is survived by his wife, Phyllis (Patterson) Dill of Dayton; his son, James F. (Jennifer) Dill, Jr. of Dayton; his daughter, Deena (Dr. Rob) Kosciusko of Columbia, SC; and six grandchildren, Elizabeth Dill, Abigail (fiancee’ Wes Rae) Dill, James F. Dill, III, Matthew Dill, Wyatt Kosciusko and Mia Kosciusko.Funeral services for James will be held Tuesday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. in the funeral home chapel with Rev. Kenneth Pierce officiating. He will be laid to rest next to his parents in Rhea Memory Gardens.The family is being served by the Vanderwall Funeral Home where they will receive friends Tuesday after 3 p.m.Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army in his memory.

Lincoln Village and July 4th - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Monday, July 04, 2016

Village is a designated Main Street Community that is bordered by St. Josaphat’s Basilica on the east and Forest Home Cemetery on the west. In the middle of this densely populated neighborhood is Kosciusko Park.Everyone knows the location of St. Josaphat’s. If you’ve ever driven south on I-94, you’ve seen this incredibly impressive, domed structure just south of downtown Milwaukee. The outside is gorgeous, but what you really need to do is experience the inside of this building. It was built in the late 1800’s with materials from a Federal Post Office building that was being torn down in Chicago. The bricks, doors and hardware were transported to Milwaukee on 500 rail cars and painstakingly rebuilt into a whole new design on the corner of 5th and Lincoln. If you think about it, this has to be one of the first “green” or “re-use” projects on record. Designed to replicate a smaller version of St. Peter’s Basilica, this building is a testament to the commitment of the poor, struggling, mostly Polish, twelve thousand members of the parish in 1895. It served as the heart and soul of a strong, unified Polish community.There are still signs of this Polish heritage. I spent time with Jadwiga Zbik, owner of A&J Polish Deli. I was charmed and confused all at the same time. I felt like a foreigner as I looked at meats and deli items I had never seen before in my life. This deli stocks and sells 90% Polish meats, food products, magazines and wines. I asked what was the biggest selling item and was told that their fresh Polish sausage is what keeps people coming back. And I swear I was the only one not speaking Polish the day we were there. Although this neighborhood is much more diverse than it was, this Polish Deli is still a destination store and gathering center for Milwaukee areas’ large Polish population. Having been raised in an Irish-American home, I wonder what an Irish Deli would look like… One big tub of potato salad, a hunk of boiled meat and a very large beer and whiskey department?It always amazes me to speak to someone who runs a family business that has been operating for generations. I am the son of a bricklayer who was the son of a farmer, and never ever growing up was I expected to carry on my father’s work. When I asked John Rozga, owner of Rozga Funeral Home and Cremation Services, how many years he has spent in the building on 7th and Lincoln he looked and me, paused and said, “All of them.” It’s a family business that has been at the same location, owned and operated by the same family, for over 115 years. John’s great-grandfather opened up Rozga Funeral Home to serve this south side community and that is exactly what John is still doing today. It felt like the same story when we visited Vince Hanoski, owner of Ben’s Cycle and Fitness and The Milwaukee Bicycle Company. Vince is third generation of a family who has operated this business since 1928. It felt like the same story when we sat down and feasted on the best Serbian food in the world with the beautiful and charming Natalia Radicevich, owner of Old Town Serbian Gourmet. This landmark restaurant was started by her immigrant parents to stay connected to fellow immigrants and recreate what they knew and felt in the old country. You should stop in and order the Serbian Burek, a flaky filo dough pie filled with meat and cheese. It was the size of my head and so tasty that I still think ab...

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Dill, James Francis Sr. (Dayton) - The Chattanoogan

Monday, November 21, 2016

Dayton First United Methodist Church.He is survived by his wife, Phyllis (Patterson) Dill of Dayton; his son, James F. (Jennifer) Dill, Jr. of Dayton; his daughter, Deena (Dr. Rob) Kosciusko of Columbia, SC; and six grandchildren, Elizabeth Dill, Abigail (fiancee’ Wes Rae) Dill, James F. Dill, III, Matthew Dill, Wyatt Kosciusko and Mia Kosciusko.Funeral services for James will be held Tuesday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. in the funeral home chapel with Rev. Kenneth Pierce officiating. He will be laid to rest next to his parents in Rhea Memory Gardens.The family is being served by the Vanderwall Funeral Home where they will receive friends Tuesday after 3 p.m.Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army in his memory.

Lincoln Village and July 4th - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Monday, July 04, 2016

Village is a designated Main Street Community that is bordered by St. Josaphat’s Basilica on the east and Forest Home Cemetery on the west. In the middle of this densely populated neighborhood is Kosciusko Park.Everyone knows the location of St. Josaphat’s. If you’ve ever driven south on I-94, you’ve seen this incredibly impressive, domed structure just south of downtown Milwaukee. The outside is gorgeous, but what you really need to do is experience the inside of this building. It was built in the late 1800’s with materials from a Federal Post Office building that was being torn down in Chicago. The bricks, doors and hardware were transported to Milwaukee on 500 rail cars and painstakingly rebuilt into a whole new design on the corner of 5th and Lincoln. If you think about it, this has to be one of the first “green” or “re-use” projects on record. Designed to replicate a smaller version of St. Peter’s Basilica, this building is a testament to the commitment of the poor, struggling, mostly Polish, twelve thousand members of the parish in 1895. It served as the heart and soul of a strong, unified Polish community.There are still signs of this Polish heritage. I spent time with Jadwiga Zbik, owner of A&J Polish Deli. I was charmed and confused all at the same time. I felt like a foreigner as I looked at meats and deli items I had never seen before in my life. This deli stocks and sells 90% Polish meats, food products, magazines and wines. I asked what was the biggest selling item and was told that their fresh Polish sausage is what keeps people coming back. And I swear I was the only one not speaking Polish the day we were there. Although this neighborhood is much more diverse than it was, this Polish Deli is still a destination store and gathering center for Milwaukee areas’ large Polish population. Having been raised in an Irish-American home, I wonder what an Irish Deli would look like… One big tub of potato salad, a hunk of boiled meat and a very large beer and whiskey department?It always amazes me to speak to someone who runs a family business that has been operating for generations. I am the son of a bricklayer who was the son of a farmer, and never ever growing up was I expected to carry on my father’s work. When I asked John Rozga, owner of Rozga Funeral Home and Cremation Services, how many years he has spent in the building on 7th and Lincoln he looked and me, paused and said, “All of them.” It’s a family business that has been at the same location, owned and operated by the same family, for over 115 years. John’s great-grandfather opened up Rozga Funeral Home to serve this south side community and that is exactly what John is still doing today. It felt like the same story when we visited Vince Hanoski, owner of Ben’s Cycle and Fitness and The Milwaukee Bicycle Company. Vince is third generation of a family who has operated this business since 1928. It felt like the same story when we sat down and feasted on the best Serbian food in the world with the beautiful and charming Natalia Radicevich, owner of Old Town Serbian Gourmet. This landmark restaurant was started by her immigrant parents to stay connected to fellow immigrants and recreate what they knew and felt in the old country. You should stop in and order the Serbian Burek, a flaky filo dough pie filled with meat and cheese. It was the size of my head and so tasty that I still think ab...